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• Plan out your morning
• Focus on the critical “one thing”
• Be “Present”
If you’ve made a resolution this year to become more effective at your job or simply to get more out of your daily life, there are techniques that can help you realize that goal. While we live in a culture of constant distractions and time-wasting opportunities, there are methods to streamline your day and help you to stay focused.
• Dwell on the positive things you’ve accomplished
• Associate an object with your goals, and use it as a reminder
• Cut out the time wasters
All elite athletes know that training the brain is the key to success. It doesn’t matter how hard you train your body, if you can’t maintain full focus during critical moments your performance will suffer. Not just in athletic endeavors, either- successful business people and artists will tell you that in all areas of life, being able to focus is essential.
Did you know that there are over 100 different species of pine trees? However, only a couple of them are used as a remedy. Typically, pine pollen extract for supplements is collected from these two trees: The Chinese Oil Pine and the Masson pine. These come from very mountainous regions, and the trees usually thrive at 500 to 800 meters over sea level. Collecting this pollen takes some effort!
If you’re like most gym-goers, you probably add a couple ab exercises onto the end of each workout (if at all). Yet, many just never seem to be satisfied with their abs. The problem? Working on your abs after your body is already fatigued from your earlier workout.
• Jason’s approach to strength & fitness
• The first step Jason would take if he woke up 300 lb obese tomorrow
• Jason’s personal success story
In today’s podcast I interview the founder of the Renegade Strength Club, Jason Ferruggia.
This recipe is the perfect on-the-go healthy snack or a no-guilt remedy for a sweet tooth. These snack bites turned out so good that we keep going back to the pan to snag “just one more” after they came out of the oven. And as always, they are gluten free!